National Parks in Rajasthan1. Ranthambore National Park, Sawai Madhopur
2. Sariska National Park, Alwar
3. Desert National Park, Jaisalmer
4. Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur
5. Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary, Kumbhalgarh
6. Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary, Mount Abu
7. Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary
Wildlife Sanctuaries In Rajasthan
1. Darrah Sanctuary, Kota
2. Sita Mata Sanctuary, Pratapgarh
3. National Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary, Kota
4. Keladevi Wildlife Sanctuary, Karauli
5. Machiya Biological Park, Jodhpur
6. Ramgarh Vishdhari Sanctuary, Bundi
7. Mukundara Tiger Reserve, Kot
National Parks in Rajasthan offer a wonderful experience of wild sojourn in India. Heading out on a trip to these national reserves, you will be able to get an indulgent travel experience enjoying the camel ride or taking a bumpy jeep safari tour and it is very likely to come face to face with a Panther or wild Boar.
Wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan can be considered as an oasis of numerous birds and mammals which are still preserved. In the course of your visit to Rajasthan, you can choose to marvel at the Ranthambore National Park that serves as a spot for tigers, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary that serves as a nest for many resident as well as migratory bird, Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary that is a home to many endangered species of animals, and many other national parks and sanctuaries.
Apart from birds and animals, you will also get to spend time in the semi geen forests of Mount Abu, dry grasslands of Jaisalmer, dry deciduous thorn forest Aravali and wetlands of Bharatpur. Bird sanctuary in Rajasthan will take you close to a number of resident breeding birds as well as many varieties of migratory birds who flock together to reach the sanctuaries from all over the world.